Tiger Woods 2019 Taylormade Irons...P7TW?

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  • bladehunterbladehunter south carolinaMembers  30917WRX Points: 7,191Handicap: NONEPosts: 30,917 Titanium Tees
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    On -, @jll62 said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    Guys. Not to change topic. And I m certain that these are great irons. But “ blades are the boogey man “ hasnt been true since 1996 or so. It takes a release like this to get some guys try a set longer than 3 range shots. That’s the only difference.

    So I agree. Just hilarious that it’s seen as new “ news”.

    I think you may have misinterpreted what I and a couple others were saying. It wasn't that blades are super hard to hit, but rather the ball flight and carry distance I'm expecting to see from slight mis-hits off these doesn't align with the actual performance. I'll hit a shot a little off the sweet spot and it still seems to fly like ones that were flushed even though they felt completely different. I've played various blades off and on since the late 80s and this is first time I've noticed this degree of the feel not matching performance on slightly off center impacts. Usually, it's easy to guess how much a shot will be affected by the feel of the strike.

    I'm not claiming there's anything special about the construction of these to cause this. It's more a curious thing for me because it means if/when I game them, I may have to re-tune my feel a bit. I'd also like to get on a launch monitor with them to see if what I'm seeing down range is actually happening and measurable.

    No. I get what you’re saying exactly. And in my experience I can name many modern sets that have acted just like that for me.

    Miura small blade being #1. Same principle as this iron. Just achieved with a small head instead of tungsten plug. It has a ton of weight placed low behind the ball. Even on toe side misses.

    Another. Adams mb2. Incredibly forgiving. Tungsten plugs in that one.

    Vega vm-01. Loads of mass low and toeside.

    Callaway mb-1 and razr mb. Same as above. Tungsten toeside.

    Cobra mb. Tungsten. Really forgiving iron.

    My point was that the modern mb has been this way since at least 2010 ish. And yet the myth of a mm toeside feeling like a brick wall still lives on.

    I’ve read your thoughts on playing an mb and how you disagree with ones who did several times. And that’s fine. But we can’t act like now that TM has caught up that they had this idea. They literally borrowed it from Tiger and MT .... and other oems have been doing it for a while. I’d also bet that part of the forgiveness you’re experiencing is the thinner sole. People have forgotten what a pure strike feels like. And how a thin sole and Lower placed weight allows you to get to the equator of the ball easier. They’ve all traded that for the forgiveness on the occasional fat shot.

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    On -, @kekoa said:

    Had another quick range session with the 7i last night and I can't say I like the feel of these. I probably shouldn't compare these to miuras, but I can't help it. I'm going to give them one more shot on nice hot day and better range balls to determine whether I'll keep the set.

    It was interesting when Michael Newton Golf himself did a video on WITB. He had reviewed these and the new Wilson Blade and.....
    Q. Money aside/expense is no issue: did you prefer the Wilson staff to the Tiger Woods irons you tried?
    A. "Michael Newton Golf.....Honestly........the Wilsons!"

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  • denvergolfdenvergolf Castle Pines, COMembers  1711WRX Points: 520Handicap: 1.2Posts: 1,711 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @BirdieBob said:

    On -, @kekoa said:

    Had another quick range session with the 7i last night and I can't say I like the feel of these. I probably shouldn't compare these to miuras, but I can't help it. I'm going to give them one more shot on nice hot day and better range balls to determine whether I'll keep the set.

    It was interesting when Michael Newton Golf himself did a video on WITB. He had reviewed these and the new Wilson Blade and.....
    Q. Money aside/expense is no issue: did you prefer the Wilson staff to the Tiger Woods irons you tried?
    A. "Michael Newton Golf.....Honestly........the Wilsons!"

    Well, Michael Newton can kiss my hairy white butt :smile: Has he ever hit a ball off grass, anyway?? In all seriousness, as the thread slowly devolves into a PXG like **** for tat, I’m happy I pulled the trigger and I don’t have a club at home that would displace them (Tm 730 and 750, Srixon 965, 718 AP2, 714 MB, S56 and S55)

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    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @jll62 said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    Guys. Not to change topic. And I m certain that these are great irons. But “ blades are the boogey man “ hasnt been true since 1996 or so. It takes a release like this to get some guys try a set longer than 3 range shots. That’s the only difference.

    So I agree. Just hilarious that it’s seen as new “ news”.

    I think you may have misinterpreted what I and a couple others were saying. It wasn't that blades are super hard to hit, but rather the ball flight and carry distance I'm expecting to see from slight mis-hits off these doesn't align with the actual performance. I'll hit a shot a little off the sweet spot and it still seems to fly like ones that were flushed even though they felt completely different. I've played various blades off and on since the late 80s and this is first time I've noticed this degree of the feel not matching performance on slightly off center impacts. Usually, it's easy to guess how much a shot will be affected by the feel of the strike.

    I'm not claiming there's anything special about the construction of these to cause this. It's more a curious thing for me because it means if/when I game them, I may have to re-tune my feel a bit. I'd also like to get on a launch monitor with them to see if what I'm seeing down range is actually happening and measurable.

    No. I get what you’re saying exactly. And in my experience I can name many modern sets that have acted just like that for me.

    Miura small blade being #1. Same principle as this iron. Just achieved with a small head instead of tungsten plug. It has a ton of weight placed low behind the ball. Even on toe side misses.

    Another. Adams mb2. Incredibly forgiving. Tungsten plugs in that one.

    Vega vm-01. Loads of mass low and toeside.

    Callaway mb-1 and razr mb. Same as above. Tungsten toeside.

    Cobra mb. Tungsten. Really forgiving iron.

    My point was that the modern mb has been this way since at least 2010 ish. And yet the myth of a mm toeside feeling like a brick wall still lives on.

    I’ve read your thoughts on playing an mb and how you disagree with ones who did several times. And that’s fine. But we can’t act like now that TM has caught up that they had this idea. They literally borrowed it from Tiger and MT .... and other oems have been doing it for a while. **I’d also bet that part of the forgiveness you’re experiencing is the thinner sole. People have forgotten what a pure strike feels like. And how a thin sole and Lower placed weight allows you to get to the equator of the ball easier. They’ve all traded that for the forgiveness on the occasional fat shot. **

    This is 100% my situation. My Mizunos were soft but also clunky and thicker soled. Definitely noticed what you were saying during my fitting

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    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @jll62 said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    Guys. Not to change topic. And I m certain that these are great irons. But “ blades are the boogey man “ hasnt been true since 1996 or so. It takes a release like this to get some guys try a set longer than 3 range shots. That’s the only difference.

    So I agree. Just hilarious that it’s seen as new “ news”.

    I think you may have misinterpreted what I and a couple others were saying. It wasn't that blades are super hard to hit, but rather the ball flight and carry distance I'm expecting to see from slight mis-hits off these doesn't align with the actual performance. I'll hit a shot a little off the sweet spot and it still seems to fly like ones that were flushed even though they felt completely different. I've played various blades off and on since the late 80s and this is first time I've noticed this degree of the feel not matching performance on slightly off center impacts. Usually, it's easy to guess how much a shot will be affected by the feel of the strike.

    I'm not claiming there's anything special about the construction of these to cause this. It's more a curious thing for me because it means if/when I game them, I may have to re-tune my feel a bit. I'd also like to get on a launch monitor with them to see if what I'm seeing down range is actually happening and measurable.

    No. I get what you’re saying exactly. And in my experience I can name many modern sets that have acted just like that for me.

    Miura small blade being #1. Same principle as this iron. Just achieved with a small head instead of tungsten plug. It has a ton of weight placed low behind the ball. Even on toe side misses.

    Another. Adams mb2. Incredibly forgiving. Tungsten plugs in that one.

    Vega vm-01. Loads of mass low and toeside.

    Callaway mb-1 and razr mb. Same as above. Tungsten toeside.

    Cobra mb. Tungsten. Really forgiving iron.

    My point was that the modern mb has been this way since at least 2010 ish. And yet the myth of a mm toeside feeling like a brick wall still lives on.

    I’ve read your thoughts on playing an mb and how you disagree with ones who did several times. And that’s fine. But we can’t act like now that TM has caught up that they had this idea. They literally borrowed it from Tiger and MT .... and other oems have been doing it for a while. I’d also bet that part of the forgiveness you’re experiencing is the thinner sole. People have forgotten what a pure strike feels like. And how a thin sole and Lower placed weight allows you to get to the equator of the ball easier. They’ve all traded that for the forgiveness on the occasional fat shot.

    Did the original callaway proto MBs have tungsten in the toe? It was pretty obvious in the MB-1 and not so much in the Razr MB. Had all 3 sets and never liked any but the original Protos (which luckily had conforming grooves). Played them until they were whipped..kept going back to them as Razrs and MB1s never felt or performed as well...

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    On -, @Pinging77 said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @jll62 said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    Guys. Not to change topic. And I m certain that these are great irons. But “ blades are the boogey man “ hasnt been true since 1996 or so. It takes a release like this to get some guys try a set longer than 3 range shots. That’s the only difference.

    So I agree. Just hilarious that it’s seen as new “ news”.

    I think you may have misinterpreted what I and a couple others were saying. It wasn't that blades are super hard to hit, but rather the ball flight and carry distance I'm expecting to see from slight mis-hits off these doesn't align with the actual performance. I'll hit a shot a little off the sweet spot and it still seems to fly like ones that were flushed even though they felt completely different. I've played various blades off and on since the late 80s and this is first time I've noticed this degree of the feel not matching performance on slightly off center impacts. Usually, it's easy to guess how much a shot will be affected by the feel of the strike.

    I'm not claiming there's anything special about the construction of these to cause this. It's more a curious thing for me because it means if/when I game them, I may have to re-tune my feel a bit. I'd also like to get on a launch monitor with them to see if what I'm seeing down range is actually happening and measurable.

    No. I get what you’re saying exactly. And in my experience I can name many modern sets that have acted just like that for me.

    Miura small blade being #1. Same principle as this iron. Just achieved with a small head instead of tungsten plug. It has a ton of weight placed low behind the ball. Even on toe side misses.

    Another. Adams mb2. Incredibly forgiving. Tungsten plugs in that one.

    Vega vm-01. Loads of mass low and toeside.

    Callaway mb-1 and razr mb. Same as above. Tungsten toeside.

    Cobra mb. Tungsten. Really forgiving iron.

    My point was that the modern mb has been this way since at least 2010 ish. And yet the myth of a mm toeside feeling like a brick wall still lives on.

    I’ve read your thoughts on playing an mb and how you disagree with ones who did several times. And that’s fine. But we can’t act like now that TM has caught up that they had this idea. They literally borrowed it from Tiger and MT .... and other oems have been doing it for a while. I’d also bet that part of the forgiveness you’re experiencing is the thinner sole. People have forgotten what a pure strike feels like. And how a thin sole and Lower placed weight allows you to get to the equator of the ball easier. They’ve all traded that for the forgiveness on the occasional fat shot.

    Did the original callaway proto MBs have tungsten in the toe? It was pretty obvious in the MB-1 and not so much in the Razr MB. Had all 3 sets and never liked any but the original Protos (which luckily had conforming grooves). Played them until they were whipped..kept going back to them as Razrs and MB1s never felt or performed as well...

    Each set of mb1 I’ve hit and the 3 iron head I own now ( and would buy 4-pw to match ) does have tungsten. I’m not sure if the original protos did or not. I never actually owned a set of those. Maybe some tour heads did ? ( V groove versions ?). I had a tour set of razr mb that did. If you got them in the right light you could see the outline of the plug since they were that thin satin finish.

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    On -, @denvergolf said:

    On -, @BirdieBob said:

    On -, @kekoa said:

    Had another quick range session with the 7i last night and I can't say I like the feel of these. I probably shouldn't compare these to miuras, but I can't help it. I'm going to give them one more shot on nice hot day and better range balls to determine whether I'll keep the set.

    It was interesting when Michael Newton Golf himself did a video on WITB. He had reviewed these and the new Wilson Blade and.....
    Q. Money aside/expense is no issue: did you prefer the Wilson staff to the Tiger Woods irons you tried?
    A. "Michael Newton Golf.....Honestly........the Wilsons!"

    Well, Michael Newton can kiss my hairy white butt :smile: Has he ever hit a ball off grass, anyway?? In all seriousness, as the thread slowly devolves into a PXG like **** for tat, I’m happy I pulled the trigger and I don’t have a club at home that would displace them (Tm 730 and 750, Srixon 965, 718 AP2, 714 MB, S56 and S55)

    Please don’t bring of Bobby Parsons ..... palease. lol.

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    So with the “Tiger Spec” option is anyone actually gaming the weak lofts?

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    On -, @cota0429 said:

    So with the “Tiger Spec” option is anyone actually gaming the weak lofts?

    I AM....not Tiger Woods :) negative on my end

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    On -, @cota0429 said:

    So with the “Tiger Spec” option is anyone actually gaming the weak lofts?

    I just wanna feel involved till I get my set so I weakened my z945 2*

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    I’ve always played off a 49 degree pw. So no big deal.

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    My buddy bought it B) . He had placed an order through our club the first day they became available and was told that our local rep had 4 sets and his was the first order. BUT, he found out yesterday that his order was delayed until June 11th. So he canceled his order and bought those after a lot of peer pressure from myself ;)

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    On -, @sir shanks a lot said:

    My buddy bought it B) . He had placed an order through our club the first day they became available and was told that our local rep had 4 sets and his was the first order. BUT, he found out yesterday that his order was delayed until June 11th. So he canceled his order and bought those after a lot of peer pressure from myself ;)

    That’s cool. Must be a boat due to dock around June 8th. That’s right at the same time my previous order was supposed to arrive (13th I think it was ).

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    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @sir shanks a lot said:

    My buddy bought it B) . He had placed an order through our club the first day they became available and was told that our local rep had 4 sets and his was the first order. BUT, he found out yesterday that his order was delayed until June 11th. So he canceled his order and bought those after a lot of peer pressure from myself ;)

    That’s cool. Must be a boat due to dock around June 8th. That’s right at the same time my previous order was supposed to arrive (13th I think it was ).

    Tiger was hand delivering them to you! :)

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    On -, @denvergolf said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @sir shanks a lot said:

    My buddy bought it B) . He had placed an order through our club the first day they became available and was told that our local rep had 4 sets and his was the first order. BUT, he found out yesterday that his order was delayed until June 11th. So he canceled his order and bought those after a lot of peer pressure from myself ;)

    That’s cool. Must be a boat due to dock around June 8th. That’s right at the same time my previous order was supposed to arrive (13th I think it was ).

    Tiger was hand delivering them to you! :)

    lol. Now that’s funny. And could be true ! But if that’s the case , I’d rather have the TGR blades .... please !!

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    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @denvergolf said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @sir shanks a lot said:

    My buddy bought it B) . He had placed an order through our club the first day they became available and was told that our local rep had 4 sets and his was the first order. BUT, he found out yesterday that his order was delayed until June 11th. So he canceled his order and bought those after a lot of peer pressure from myself ;)

    That’s cool. Must be a boat due to dock around June 8th. That’s right at the same time my previous order was supposed to arrive (13th I think it was ).

    Tiger was hand delivering them to you! :)

    lol. Now that’s funny. And could be true ! But if that’s the case , I’d rather have the TGR blades .... please !!

    A true blade hunter

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    On -, @cota0429 said:

    So with the “Tiger Spec” option is anyone actually gaming the weak lofts?

    I will as well. I’ve always played a 49* or 50* wedge and 23* 3i. I have my P7TW bent to 50*.

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    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @denvergolf said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @sir shanks a lot said:

    My buddy bought it B) . He had placed an order through our club the first day they became available and was told that our local rep had 4 sets and his was the first order. BUT, he found out yesterday that his order was delayed until June 11th. So he canceled his order and bought those after a lot of peer pressure from myself ;)

    That’s cool. Must be a boat due to dock around June 8th. That’s right at the same time my previous order was supposed to arrive (13th I think it was ).

    Tiger was hand delivering them to you! :)

    lol. Now that’s funny. And could be true ! But if that’s the case , I’d rather have the TGR blades .... please !!

    I used to think my wife was picky, but **** ;)

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    On -, @denvergolf said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @denvergolf said:

    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @sir shanks a lot said:

    My buddy bought it B) . He had placed an order through our club the first day they became available and was told that our local rep had 4 sets and his was the first order. BUT, he found out yesterday that his order was delayed until June 11th. So he canceled his order and bought those after a lot of peer pressure from myself ;)

    That’s cool. Must be a boat due to dock around June 8th. That’s right at the same time my previous order was supposed to arrive (13th I think it was ).

    Tiger was hand delivering them to you! :)

    lol. Now that’s funny. And could be true ! But if that’s the case , I’d rather have the TGR blades .... please !!

    I used to think my wife was picky, but **** ;)

    Hey. I’m easy. I know exactly what I want. Just have exquisite taste. Loll.

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    Guys got mine today, hit them tonight and all I can say is Wow!

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    On -, @fiberman said:

    Guys got mine today, hit them tonight and all I can say is Wow!

    What specs did you go with?

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    S400 49 degree wedge/Tiger specs. Nice high ball flight and very accurate.

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  • BearQBearQ Members  3667WRX Points: 855Posts: 3,667 Titanium Tees
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    48-49* is a far more saucy pw option

    It’s more comfortable reaching for it for those 110-125 range than gap wedge is, for many. I always prefer looking at an iron head for anything more than pitching.

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    On -, @bladehunter said:

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    On -, @bladehunter said:

    On -, @sir shanks a lot said:

    My buddy bought it B) . He had placed an order through our club the first day they became available and was told that our local rep had 4 sets and his was the first order. BUT, he found out yesterday that his order was delayed until June 11th. So he canceled his order and bought those after a lot of peer pressure from myself ;)

    That’s cool. Must be a boat due to dock around June 8th. That’s right at the same time my previous order was supposed to arrive (13th I think it was ).

    Tiger was hand delivering them to you! :)

    lol. Now that’s funny. And could be true ! But if that’s the case , I’d rather have the TGR blades .... please !!

    I used to think my wife was picky, but **** ;)

    Hey. I’m easy. I know exactly what I want. Just have exquisite taste. Loll.

    Hey

    On -, @bladehunter check PM had a question for you if you don’t mind
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    On -, @BearQ said:

    48-49* is a far more saucy pw option

    It’s more comfortable reaching for it for those 110-125 range than gap wedge is, for many. I always prefer looking at an iron head for anything more than pitching.

    Agreed....not a fan of maxing our a gap wedge.... So I with Tiger Lofts and dropping my 52 and keeping the 56/60. I have a P790 UDI as well to keep things at 14.

    Standard lie to 0.5 upright for now, will adjust when they come next week and 0.5 inch long for me. Excited to see a nice high ball flight and get some spin

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    Q

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    On -, @BearQ said:

    I think I’ll just get the Taylormades thanks

    Nice flip by a forum member

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  • sociedsocied GameCocks2011 Wilmington NCMembers  1268WRX Points: 128Posts: 1,268 Platinum Tees
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    ^^^ hahaha was thinking the same thing!

    Another note - anyone else surprised the ones on the BST haven't sold? I figured someone would have scooped them up by now! Mine get delivered May 27th, almost considered cancelling my order and picking those up. Only if they had the x100s!

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